Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015 12:50 PM
Playful, curious, rambunctious and adorable, the North American river otter is also a key player in alerting us to problems in our waterways.
The San Joaquin antelope squirrel lives in California's arid landscapes, and is facing some all too common threats.
Are you someone who couldn't care less about the big game but still wants to be entertained? Here are some adorable options to consider.
Many bird species have bills that stand out from the crowd. See if you can pair the name with the familiar beak.
The small solar system is about 11.2 billion years old. Our own solar system is only 4.6 billion years old.
A rescued Amur tiger named 'Zolushka,' Russian for Cinderella, is helping raise hopes that her kind can bounce back.
'Journey Home' ad enrages online audience for its promotion of irresponsible breeding practices and the sale of animals.
Photographer's exploration of the beauty of man-made illumination around the world reflects humankind's dominance over the planet.
Staff at the Alaska SeaLife Center are caring for the young harbor seal and teaching him basic husbandry skills.
Forget solar panels for a second. Behavior change has serious potential to help power our world.
Many La Niña events happen after an extreme El Niño occurrence, and this creates a weather whiplash for the affected regions.
Never underestimate the fascinating things you'll see when you simply sit and watch wildlife.
Organization's LightSail spacecraft, funded entirely by private citizens, will soar aboard an Atlas V rocket in May.
Many asteroids this size often have smaller objects tagging along with them as they zip through space.
Low pressure systems and already chilly temperatures made for ideal blizzard conditions.
These soft corals resemble quills and hide all sorts of surprises in their polyps.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.